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Archive for: April, 2017

Huntsville’s Swing Bridge to get new Master’s Cabin Thursday

HUNTSVILLE Who knew the captain was still alive or that bridge even still swings. But, apparently one if not two of the above is true.  The Town of Huntsville is notifyig residents that there will be temporary road and…

MAHC wins silver for redcution in waste generation, greenhouse gas emissions

MUSKOKA — Waste reduction efforts at the local hospital are getting better, but there’s room for improvement. Just ahead of Earth Day, Muskoka Algonquin Healthcare’s environmental performance has earned a silver recognition through the Ontario Hospital Association’s 2016 Green Hospital…

‘Death Trap’ a killer play in these right hands

Earl Sacrey, left, Emma Phillips and James Fairburn will entrap you.Mark Clairmont | MuskokaTODAILY.com REVIEW BRACEBRIDGE — The great thing about hit plays is they are deceptively simple — and satisfying. Earl Sacrey, left, Emma Phillips and James Fairburn will entrap you. Almost anyone can do them. That’s why small…

Magnetawan man shot across road to kill deer, then dumped it over bridge into river

SUNDRIDGE — A Magnetawan man has been fined $4,500 for reckless and carless deer hunting offences. Thomas D. Tilson pleaded guilty and was fined $1,500 for hunting deer during the closed season, $1,500 for abandoning and permitting the flesh of…

School board survey asks Gravenhursdt parents if they want French immersion programming

GRAVENHURST – Gravenhurst could have two bilingual school systems soon. The future of three elementary schools and the one high school in Gravenhurst are on the line, as the Trillium Lakelands District School Board explores the feasibility of French immersion…

Commercial vehicle safety inspection blitz removes 10 trucks from roads; 50 charges laid

BRACEBRIDGE — A commercial vehicle inspection crackdown last week in Gravenhurst pulled 10 vehicles off the road and more than 50 charges were laid. Provincial police from OPP detachments in Bracebridge, aided by the Collingwood OPP Traffic Unit, Huronia West…

Huntsville police pick up arson suspect in Toronto-area church fire

HUNTSVILLE A suspect in a Toronto-area church fire has been arrested here. Provincial police say that on Monday April 17, 2017, OPP at Huntsville learned of an investigation into a suspicious church fire in the Toronto area. They learned …

Gravenhurst bylaw to tackle ‘sign pollution’ at April 20 public meeting; live on Facebook

Signs like the ones last week for a concert at the Opera House are being targeted in new sign bylaw being debated. Complaints about the number of signs and the length of time they are up will be discussed April 20.GRAVENHURST — A long overdue attempt to control wanton signage of all types is underway here. Signs like the ones last week for a concert at the Opera House are being targeted in new sign bylaw being debated. Complaints about…

Muskoka Flying Club hosts Transport Canada safety seminar Saturday at Lake Central Airways

GRAVENHURST — The Muskoka Flying Club is hosting a Transport Canada-approved and certified safety seminar on Saturday, April 22 at Lake Central Airways at the Muskoka Airport (CYQA) at 1016 Sabre Lane, just off the Gravenhurst Parkway in Gravenhurst. Former…

Gravenhurst fire service offers scholarship for girl to attend female firefighter recruitment camp in Huntsville this summer

Alisha Dawes, left, and Katie Allen are in the 2017 new recruit class.GRAVENHURST — Female firefighters are growing in numbers and while the Gravenhurst Fire Department currently has five women firefighters on staff, they’d like to add even more. Alisha Dawes, left, and Katie Allen. “We are constantly recruiting our next crop…

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